In the News Articles
|3/4/2013 - Published by Core Partners, LLC, (Birmingham, MI)|
|BIRMINGHAM, Mich., March 4, 2013 — CORE Partners announces the addition of Thomas Schoenberger to the CORE team.
In his role as Vice President, Partner, Thom will be leveraging his 20 plus years experience in the commercial real estate industry identifying leasing, management and consulting assignments in industrial, hi-tech, office & retail assets. He is an experienced, strategic executive who has consistently driven business growth and profitability and has been acknowledged for structuring successful deals using creativity and high ethical standards.
Thom’s professional background includes Regional Real Estate Director for Welsh Companies in Minnetonka, Minnesota where Thom was responsible for the leasing assets in Metro Detroit, Kansas City, St. Louis & Cincinnati. As Director of Leasing and Development for Liberty Property Trust in Malvern, Pennsylvania he managed over four hundred million dollars in assets for more than a decade. Thom was also a Real Estate Trust Officer at Chase Bank in Indianapolis, Indiana. Thom holds a Bachelor of Science & Economics degree from Central Michigan University.
His experience in leasing, property management, tenant build outs, acquisitions, dispositions and ground up construction provide a diverse background and expertise that will benefit our clients as well as the future growth of CORE Partners.
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Land Use and Zoning
With the economy turning around, developers are beginning to feel more comfortable in starting new projects and lenders are more willing to lend on commercial development. New commercial development impacts local zoning regulations, which, may result in federal lawsuit when a local community allows a lawful use to proceed.